Tentetsutou, translated as 'The Sword of Heaven' is a katana forged from a meteorite.
House Rule: A magical sword does not have to be named. But any sword that urns its name, becomes magical.
|He really gets 'Vampire Weekend', you know?|
|Cheep! Save me! Cheep!|
|This is is from a much better movie! Use this instead|
|Definitely use this instead.|
|Just watch this instead.|
|Put this in the pilot seat of a mecha made of alien dragon hide, and you're getting closer.|
It was awesome.
It also had some of the worst rules I have ever played and we played it for years. I ran campaigns that lasted for months, I played in dozens of my buddy's games, we created spin offs (one was a fighting game we simply called Arena) ... and after all that and I could not even begin to tell you how it was played. We usually just rolled what we thought was best. I do remember that mega-hit points were called MDC, player characters were called OCC and RCC (big on acronyms), and that skills were percentile rolls, and that my main character was a four-foot round, teleporting circus acrobat that could summon a blazing psionic sword and I am absolutely not kidding about that.
|Show this to a member of my old gaming group, and they will cut you.|
|Like this, only boring.|
|According to the official rules, this happens exactly six seconds |
after you choose to play a regular human character.